Get Going Support are a NDIS provider that always puts the participant, their needs, and goals first. They focus on supporting NDIS participants in their journey through supported Independent Living, Independent Living Options, Community Access, and daily living. First2Care recommends Get Going Support as an organisation you should consider having on your support team.
What are you waiting for? It’s time to get going and enjoy life with Get Going Support!
Who are Get Going Support?
Get Going Support are a boutique NDIS provider who offer a personalised experience for people with disability. Their aim is to help participants live the life they want through authentic connections, personal and relationship growth, and adventure.
At Get Going Support, NDIS participants are put first.
“We like to set up our participant and team members differently – we build teams around the participant.”
To do this, they get to know each participant, their personalities, hobbies, and common interests and ensure that the teams supporting them are aligned with the participant and their goals.
“To have a family member ring me in tears of joy because their loved one is growing, is happier, is healthier and safer. That is what it is all about.” Nikole Horan, Get Going Support Managing Director
What services do they provide?
Get Going Support focus on Supported Independent Living, Independent Living Options, Community Access, and daily living.
They value the strong relationships they’ve built with ethical SDA providers and NFP property management specialists to help provide all participants with the support they need to find suitable housing.
Supported Independent Living
They pride themselves on being experts when it comes to Supported Independent Living (SIL). Through their long-standing relationships with real-estate agencies, SDA developers, and providers, Get Going Support assist in ensuring a positive outcome in the search and securement of your future home and supports.
For participants already residing in a home but needing new supports to assist in daily living within a SIL context, Get Going Support can assist in finding the right support match for you and your needs.
The relationship between you and your support team is important, which is why they will never send a support person to you that you don’t know. A safe, positive, and comfortable environment is key.
If you live independently but need a support worker to assist with some tasks either daily or weekly, they can help you to develop a plan, so you have the support you need when you need it.
Their support workers are experienced in personal care, medication and meal preparation, and can provide a way of companionship and community access.
“We will go above and beyond to move mountains for you. All the dreams of any person are possible if the right people believe in them. Get Going Support is only made up of these people.”
Community is so important. However, sometimes accessing your community and building meaningful connections can be challenging. They can help to facilitate community access, develop and grow relationships, and ensure you have the opportunity to live your life the way you want. Whether that’s assisting you to watch your favourite sports team, do your shopping, get involved in local events or community groups and so much more.
How does NDIS funding work with GGS?
Get Going Support are a fully registered NDIS provider. Their primary services are in SIL, community participation and daily living, which means participants who have been funding in these categories can access Get Going Support’s services.
Get Going Support & Queensland Powerchair Football Association (QPFA)
“It is important to us to work together with our fellow industry providers to extend opportunities for our participants so being able to support organisations such as QPFA is a win-win for both. Ultimately the client is the primary focus.”
Earlier this year First2Care approached Get Going Support and 4 other providers within the disability community to sponsor two Queensland Powerchair Football Club teams to travel to Sydney to represent Queensland at the Powerchair Football Australian Club Championships. Overcoming logistic and financial hurdles in the disability space is often expensive but the return on the investment is priceless.
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